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I'll be honest, I couldn't figure this puzzle out. Got to go read some more books,
Totally lost me !....
Continue the good work guys...2 consequective good puzzles!!
Why would black's rook move unprotected? Stupid puzzle.
Delaying checkmate by one move because after 1.Rh1... 2.Be3+ Kh5 3.Kg3(g1)# is the immediate threat
hard but it is okay...
wow! that was a tough one!
Good. little tough.
omg... I never expected the rook to go h1... I completely failed this one! Nice..
When was the last time the first move was not check?
Good one,failed 100% too
There is another solution for this puzzle: 1.f3+ Kh4 2. g3+ Kh5 3. g4+ Kh4 4. Bg3#
It's possible make mate with 3 moves with soldiers!
By the way there is no point with the whole puzzle cause black cuold have chance to prevent the mate of the "official" solution.
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